Posted by rantingkraut on March 8, 2010
If the tasks of the state know no limits, the reach of its police force can know no limits. That’s why, as New Labour seeks to micromanage every aspect of human behaviour, more and more state employees are pressed to take on police tasks:
“Under CSAS, a chief constable can give employees of local authorities or private companies limited powers such as the right to hand out on-the-spot fines for offences including disorder, truancy and littering; stopping vehicles for roadside tests and confiscating alcohol.” (source)
Posted in Civil Liberties, fence posts, In The News, surveillance | Tagged: police state | Comments Off on Stasi 2.1
Posted by rantingkraut on February 20, 2010
It appears that the police has been laying siege to Manchester city centre in a massive fishing expedition. During the operation, pedestrians apparently had to pass airport style security checks just to walk down the pavement.
Given that the alleged reason Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Civil Liberties, Drugs, fence posts, In The News, UK politics | Tagged: broken society, crime, Manchester, police state | 2 Comments »
Posted by rantingkraut on August 21, 2009
Yet another fence post: The telegraph calls these ‘restraining orders for violent partners’, yet the article makes it clear that no evidence, just an accusation of violence is needed:
“Judges will now be able to approve an order following any offence and if they are acquitted but the court feels there remains sufficient evidence to require restraint.” (source)
If the court feels there is evidence! Who needs facts when you have emotions?
Posted in Civil Liberties, fence posts, Justice System, misandry | Tagged: presumption of guilt | Comments Off on Restraining Orders Without Conviction